Rupert Bear

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rupert and the snow key (52/52)

Continuing on Milkshake! this week is the charming animation starring the lovable bear from Nutwood. Created in 1920, Rupert has been brought into the 21st century and now wears funky trainers while still retaining his distinctive jumper and trousers.

From Tuesday, there is a chance to see the series from the beginning. In this morning’s episode, Jack Frost has misplaced the key that unlocks the spring, without which winter in Nutwood will last forever!

Tomorrow’s episode, ‘Rupert’s Wild Scooter Ride’, finds Rupert having great fun showing off his scooter-riding skills to the rest of his friends, until Ping Pong fires a spell at the vehicle!

Wednesday’s episode, ‘Rupert and the Undersea Adventure’, sees Miranda the mermaid get trapped inside a giant clam.

In ‘Rupert Builds a Nest’ on Thursday, Rupert and Ping Pong find a broken bird’s nest containing two eggs.

And on Friday, in ‘Rupert and the Star Child’, Rupert, Bill and Raggety meet Astra, a star child who has fallen to earth.

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rupert and the beehive (47/52)

Returning to Milkshake! this week for a new run of episodes is the charming animation starring the lovable bear from Nutwood. Created in 1920, Rupert has been brought into the 21st century and now wears funky trainers while still retaining his distinctive jumper and trousers.

In this morning’s episode, the bees lose their home in a storm. Bill Badger attempts to reconstruct their hive, but it falls to pieces. Will the bees get a new home before the next storm?

Tomorrow’s episode is ‘Rupert and the Lost Bird’. When an unusual bird gets separated from its migrating flock and ends up in Nutwood, the gang try to help it on its way.

Wednesday’s episode is ‘Rupert and the Sailing Race’, in which the Fox Twins misread the words to one of Ping Pong’s spells and shrink everyone. But the Twins like being tiny and sail off down the stream!

In ‘Rupert and the Flying Dragon’ on Thursday, Rupert’s efforts to help Ming fly end in disaster.

And on Friday, in ‘Rupert Saves Christmas’, the gang reunite Crinkle the snow elf with Santa after the elf crash-lands in Nutwood on Christmas Eve.

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rupert and the sleepy flowers (45/52)

Continuing on Milkshake! this week are the exploits of the lovable bear from Nutwood. Created in 1920, Rupert has been brought into the 21st century and now wears funky trainers while still retaining his distinctive jumper and trousers. Aimed at preschool children, the programmes remain true to the original stories with friendship, loyalty and teamwork at the heart of the bear’s adventures.

In this morning’s episode, Rupert and Ping Pong plant some magical Snoozeflowers which send everybody to sleep. T

omorrow’s episode is ‘Rupert and the Magical Puppets’, in which Rupert’s toy puppets come to life and run off into Nutwood.

From Wednesday there is a chance to see some classic instalments of Rupert Bear, starting with ‘Rupert and the Magic Show’, in which Ping Pong prepares a special trick for her show.

In ‘Rupert and the Missing Music’ on Thursday, Ping Pong puts a magic spell on Rupert’s band.

And on Friday, in ‘Rupert and the Weather Machine’, Rupert visits the Cloud Shepherd’s home to fix a problem with the weather.

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rupert and the memory man (40/52)

Continuing on Milkshake! this week are the exploits of the lovable bear from Nutwood. Created in 1920, Rupert has been brought into the 21st century and now wears funky trainers while still retaining his distinctive jumper and trousers. Aimed at preschool children, the programmes remain true to the original stories with friendship, loyalty and teamwork at the heart of the bear’s adventures.

In this morning’s episode, the friends do not know what to do when a spell goes wrong and Edward loses his memory. Raggety summons up the Memory Man to help, but Edward still cannot remember. Can Rupert save the day?

Tomorrow’s episode is ‘Rupert and the Butterfly Collector’. When Rupert, Bill and Edward encounter a collector who wants to catch a rare Polka Dot butterfly, they make it their mission to protect the insect and let it fly free.

In Wednesday’s episode, ‘Rupert and the Lost Stars’, Astra the Star Girl has come to Nutwood to look for some stars she dropped while hanging them in the sky. Meanwhile, Raggety has made himself a new lantern using some ‘glowing bugs’ he found in the forest…

In ‘Rupert and the Photo Finish’ on Thursday, Raggety accidentally fires a spell at the twins’ camera. Now, it has a life of its own and traps the Nutwood chums in photographs. Can Rupert save the day before it is too late?

And in Friday’s episode, ‘Rupert Lights the Way’, the Nutwood pals spring into action when the Rocky Bay lighthouse stops working. What could they use to create enough light to warn the ships away from the rocks? When he spots Ming snapping at a firefly, Rupert gets an idea that just might work…

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rupert’s bird’s eye view (35/52)
07.20–07.35

Continuing on Milkshake! this week are the exploits of the lovable bear from Nutwood. Created in 1920, Rupert has been brought into the 21st century and now wears funky trainers while still retaining his distinctive jumper and trousers. Aimed at preschool children, the programmes remain true to the original stories with friendship, loyalty and teamwork at the heart of the bear’s adventures.

In this morning’s episode, Rupert asks Ping Pong to do some magic to give him a better view from the treehouse telescope.

Tomorrow’s episode is ‘Rupert to the Rescue’, in which Rupert tries to help the naughty Fox Twins after their mischief gets them in trouble.

In Wednesday’s episode, ‘Rupert and the Invisible Foxes’, the Fox Twins trick Raggety into turning them invisible with a magical leaf.

In ‘Rupert and the Dew Fairy’ on Thursday, Rupert helps out Daisy the Dew Fairy when she realises she has lost her dew bucket.

And in Friday’s episode, ‘Rupert and the Apple River’, Ping Pong offers to magic up some fizzy apple drink –but her spell does not go to plan!

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rupert and the oldest tree (30/52)
07.20–07.35

Continuing on Milkshake! this week are the exploits of the lovable bear from Nutwood. Created in 1920, Rupert has been brought into the 21st century and now wears funky trainers while still retaining his distinctive jumper and trousers. Aimed at preschool children, the programmes remain true to the original stories with friendship, loyalty and teamwork at the heart of the bear’s adventures.

In this morning’s episode, Rupert enlists the help of Raggety to hunt for a special, magical, star-shaped leaf from the oldest tree in Nutwood.

Tomorrow’s episode is ‘Rupert and the Clockwork Dragon’. Rupert and friends get lost in the woods while playing with Bill’s new toy dragon. Can Ming save the day?

In Wednesday’s episode, ‘Rupert and the Moon Adventure’, the Nutwood pals stay up late to watch an eclipse of the moon.

‘Rupert and the Grumbleclouds’ on Thursday, sees our hero team up with Ping Pong to save everybody from some particularly nasty clouds.

And in Friday’s episode, ‘Rupert and the Playful Wind’, Rupert meets a bored young wind called Gustus who causes all kinds of chaos!

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rupert and the missing music (25/52)
07.20–07.35

Returning to Milkshake! this week is the lovable bear from Nutwood. Originally created in 1920, Rupert has been brought into the 21st century and now wears funky new trainers while still retaining his distinctive jumper and trousers. Now aimed at preschool children, the programmes remain true to the original stories with friendship, loyalty and teamwork at the heart of the bear’s adventures.

In this morning’s episode, Ping Pong performs some magic to liven up band practice. However, the trick goes wrong and all the notes vanish!

Tomorrow’s episode, ‘Rupert and the Weather Machine’, Rupert and friends pay a visit to the Cloud Shepherd’s home.

In Wednesday’s episode, ‘Rupert and the Hilarious Hiccups’, Rupert, Bill, Freddy and Freda are playing in the forest when they find an enchanted box with some surprising contents!

‘Rupert and the Snowglobe’, on Thursday, sees our hero head to the beach, only to encounter an isolated snowstorm!

And in Friday’s episode, ‘Rupert and the Dancing Shoes’, Raggety employs the dubious powers of Ping Pong to repair her old shoes…

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rupert and the octopus’s garden (22/52)
07.35–07.45

Continuing on Milkshake! this week are the new adventures of the lovable, 86-year-old bear from Nutwood. Originally created in 1920 by Mary Tourtel, Rupert has been brought into the 21st century and now wears funky trainers, while still retaining his distinctive red jumper and yellow checked trousers and scarf. This series is aimed at preschool children, but the programming remains true to the original stories, with friendship, loyalty and teamwork at the heart of the little bear’s adventures.

Rupert’s world of Nutwood is as enchanting as ever, and familiar faces including Bill Badger, Edward Trunk and Raggety remain integral to the series. Rupert is also joined by new friends including feisty Ping Pong the Pekinese and her pet baby dragon, Ming. Miranda the enchanting mermaid lives on a special rock in Rocky Bay, and Freddy and Freda Fox are playful twins who are always getting into trouble!

In this morning’s episode, Rupert spills juice on a page of his favourite picture book and Ping Pong uses magic to clean it up. Unfortunately, she inadvertently brings the picture of an octopus to life, and soon it is causing mayhem! The gang chase after the octopus in a boat and, in the process, all grow so fond of the creature that they want to save it. But they only have until sunset before the magic wears off and the octopus turns back into a picture…

In ‘Rupert and the Treasure Chest’ on Sunday, Rupert is playing pirates when he finds a treasureseeking coin. An old pirate arrives and announces that he is searching for magic treasure. If he finds it, his sunken ship will rise from the waves! Rupert and friends decide to help the pirate, and they use Rupert’s magical glowing coin to point them towards the treasure.

And starting on Monday there is another chance to see the series from the beginning.

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rupert and the rainbow (15/52)
07.35–07.45

Returning to Milkshake! this week is the lovable, 86-year-old bear from Nutwood. Originally created in 1920 by Mary Tourtel, Rupert has been brought into the 21st century and now wears funky trainers, while still retaining his distinctive red jumper and yellow checked trousers and scarf. This series is aimed at preschool children, but the programming remains true to the original stories, with friendship, loyalty and teamwork at the heart of the little bear’s adventures.

Rupert’s world of Nutwood is as enchanting as ever, and familiar faces including Bill Badger, Edward Trunk and Raggety remain integral to the series. Rupert is also joined by new friends including feisty Ping Pong the Pekinese and her pet baby dragon, Ming. Miranda the enchanting mermaid lives on a special rock in Rocky Bay, and Freddy and Freda Fox are playful twins who are always getting into trouble! In this morning’s episode, Rupert and his friends spot a rainbow and decide to use some of its colours to paint their pictures. In ‘Rupert and the Toy Soldiers’ on Sunday, Rupert, Bill and the Fox Twins cause all kinds of trouble when they borrow Edward’s toy soldiers.

Monday’s instalment, ‘Rupert and the Giant Sunflower’, sees Mother Nature make an appearance in Rupert’s garden to give him some special stuff to help his plants grow.

Tuesday’s episode is ‘Rupert and the Cuckoo Clock’. When the Fox twins break a cuckoo clock belonging to Rupert’s mother, there are some alarming consequences!

On Wednesday in ‘Rupert and the Magic Books’, Raggety puts a spell on the story books so that they come to life.

In ‘Rupert and the Mischievous Genie’ on Thursday, Rupert and friends find some magical, musical stepping stones deep in the woods.

And rounding off the week’s episodes is ‘Rupert and the Scarecrow’ on Friday, in which Rupert meets a lonely scarecrow who is upset that the crows never come near him!

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